Watch this video to learn what option is a better orthodontics intervention for teenagers. Invisalign and braces are both used as interventions for dental problems. Each of them has its strong and weak points. The choice of what works best for your teenager requires a specialist. The argument of which one is better depends on the application.
Invisalign is suited for teens with erupting or erupted permanent dentition, and scores highest in appearance for teen orthodontics compared to braces. Teenagers should use braces for a maximum of two years. They return wandering teeth into position.
Invisalign is stylish and discreet, while metal braces are noticeable. Invisalign is more comfortable and does not cause cuts or other mouth discomforts, common with braces. Brushing and flossing are easy compared to braces. With Invisalign, you will have fewer orthodontist visits than with braces. The downside is that you must remove it when eating while you can eat with braces. Again, it cannot handle complex corrections that a brace tackles. One thing that braces score big on is; that it offers you multiple choices to pick from, but they can leave stains and discolorations.